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Scientist-sleuth Douglas Rasher checks for effects of seaweed on a coral culturing rack in Fiji.   Image Scientist-sleuth Douglas Rasher checks for effects of seaweed on a coral culturing rack in Fiji.
Updated May 10, 2010
Erik Seiffert explains the meaning of the name Nosmips aenigmaticus.   Audio What does the name Nosmips aenigmaticus mean?
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated May 10, 2010
Eric Seiffert explain how rare a find is Nosmips.   Audio How rare a find is Nosmips?
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated May 10, 2010
Eric Seiffert explain how you could tell that all the teeth belonged to one species.   Audio How could you tell that all the teeth belonged to one species?
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated May 10, 2010
Erik Seiffert answers a question about what Nosmips may have looked like.   Audio What did Nosmips look like?
Audio type: Windows Media Player
Updated May 10, 2010
Paleontologists excavating Birket Qarun Locality 2, which produced the Nosmips fossils.   Image Paleontologists excavating Birket Qarun Locality 2, which produced the Nosmips fossils.
Updated May 10, 2010
A 3D reconstruction of the upper and lower teeth of the African primate Nosmips.   Image A 3D reconstruction of the upper and lower teeth of the African primate Nosmips.
Updated May 10, 2010
Composite lower dentition of the 37-million-year-old primate Nosmips from northern Egypt.   Image Composite lower dentition of the 37-million-year-old primate Nosmips is shown.
Updated May 10, 2010
Photo of Ben Levinson watching Rama Balasubramanian adjust the levels of gases in a fermenter.   Image Ben Levinson (left) watches Rama Balasubramanian adjust the levels of gases in a fermenter.
Updated May 7, 2010
Stacey Roberts-Ohr, executive director of The EYH Network, is NSB's 2010 Public Service Awardee.   Video Stacey Roberts-Ohr, EYH, 2010 NSB Public Service Awardee
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 7, 2010
NSF's 2010 Alan T. Waterman Awardee Subhash Khot of NYU.   Video Subhash Khot, 2010 NSF Alan T. Waterman Awardee
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 7, 2010
NSB's Public Service Awardee Nalini Nadkarni describes her dual passion for science and outreach.   Video Nalini Nadkarni, 2010 NSB Public Service Awardee
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 7, 2010
NSB's 2010 Vannevar Bush Awardee Bruce Alberts, speaks about his commitment to public education.   Video Bruce Alberts, 2010 NSB Vannevar Bush Awardee
Video type: Brightcove Video Cloud
Updated May 7, 2010
NSB's Ray Bowen presents 2010 Public Service Award to EYH President Rachel Sheinbein.   Image NSB's Ray Bowen presents 2010 Public Service Award to EYH President Rachel Sheinbein.
Updated May 7, 2010
NSF Director Arden Bement presents the Alan T. Waterman Award to NYU's Subhash Khot.   Image NSF Director Arden Bement presents the Alan T. Waterman Award to NYU's Subhash Khot.
Updated May 7, 2010
NSB Awards Committee Chairman Ray Bowen presents 2010 Public Service Award to Nalini Nadkarni.   Image NSB Awards Committee Chairman Ray Bowen presents 2010 Public Service Award to Nalini Nadkarni.
Updated May 7, 2010
NSB Awards Chairman Ray Bowen presents the 2010 Vannevar Bush Award to Bruce Alberts.   Image NSB Awards Chairman Ray Bowen presents the 2010 Vannevar Bush Award to Bruce Alberts.
Updated May 7, 2010
2010 winners of NSB and NSF annual awards.   Image This year's awardees join NSF Director Arden Bement (fourth from left) for the awards dinner.
Updated May 7, 2010
Photo of Amy Barnes making phosphorus-rich phosphate glass to use with her doctoral research work.   Image Amy Barnes makes phosphorus-rich phosphate glass to use with her doctoral research work.
Updated May 5, 2010
On left are two infected and one uninfected Daphnia, on right are fungal spores inside a Daphnia.   Image Two infected and one uninfected Daphnia.
Updated May 5, 2010
Daphnia collected from a Michigan lake.   Image Scientists take a close look at Daphnia collected from a Michigan lake.
Updated May 5, 2010
A gravity-current-induced flow of water from nearshore to offshore, marked by a harmless dye.   Image A gravity-current-induced flow of water from nearshore to offshore, marked by a harmless dye.
Updated May 5, 2010
A water sample is collected from a rowboat using a plankton net.   Image Epidemics are monitored by collecting water samples from a rowboat using a plankton net.
Updated May 5, 2010
A Michigan lake that was sampled in a survey of fungal epidemics in plankton.   Image Shown is one of several Michigan lakes sampled in a survey of fungal epidemics in plankton.
Updated May 5, 2010
National Science Foundation 60th anniversary logo   Image President Truman signed the law creating the National Science Foundation on May 10, 1950.
Updated May 4, 2010
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